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MONGOMO, Equatorial Guinea (Reuters) - Andre Ayew led a storming comeback for Ghana as they catapulted into the African Nations Cup quarter-finals with a 2-1 over South Africa at Estadio Mongomo on
MALABO, Equatorial Guinea (Reuters) - Algeria clinched a place in the last eight at the African Nations Cup with a 2-0 win over Senegal that eliminated their opponents in their Group C clash on
Can Superhero Barbie revive Mattel?  (28 January 02:45 am) 
Mattel launches a new- look Barbie at the Nuremberg Toy Fair to help it fight off competition from the likes of Disney and Lego. As Hayley Platt reports the move comes a day after Chief Executive
Ross Gerber, CEO of wealth management firm Gerber Kawasaki says investors should shift their resources to more domestic focused companies, as multinationals get whacked by the strong dollar.
Colombians are overjoyed that a 22-year-old business student and model from Barranquilla, Colombia, was named Miss Universe. Roselle Chen reports.
Poland's double Oscar nods  (28 January 02:47 am) 
The producers of the Polish film \"Ida\" says they are shocked by their Academy nominations. Alicia Powell reports.
Sheep herded to create Australian flag  (28 January 01:46 am) 
An Australian farmer uses the lure of food to herd sheep into the shape of the national flag. Roselle Chen reports.
Seven marathons, seven continents and seven days - 12 runners take part in one of the toughest footraces in the world in the inaugural World Marathon Challenge. Roselle Chen reports.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur\'s Michel Vorm is set to retain his place in goal for their Capital One Cup semi-final second leg with Sheffield United on Wednesday despite his howler in their FA
MOSCOW (Reuters) - AC Milan have agreed to sign Italian defender Salvatore Bocchetti on loan from Spartak Moscow until the end of the season, subject to a medical, the Russian club said on their
UK 2014 growth fastest in 7 years  (28 January 02:45 am) 
Britain\'s economy recorded its fastest annual growth since 2007 last year despite a bigger-than-expected slowdown in the final three months of 2014. As Katie Gregory reports the mixed message comes
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A pledge to clean Rio de Janeiro\'s bay where sailing will be held in 2016 still stands despite the state\'s top environment official suggesting the target was unattainable,
Will Russia downgrade change anything?  (28 January 02:45 am) 
Russian shares fell after S&P cut Russia\'s sovereign credit rating to junk status, bringing it below investment grade for the first time in a decade. As Katie Gregory reports the ratings agency
REUTERS - Off-spinner Sunil Narine has withdrawn from the West Indies World Cup squad while he continues to work on his controversial bowling action, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said on
New cabinet for Greece but same debt  (28 January 02:45 am) 
Economics professor Yanis Varoufakis has been confirmed as Greece\'s next finance minister. As Sonia Legg reports he\'s already promised to defy advice to \"put up or shut up\" saying he intends to find
LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal forward Joel Campbell has joined Villarreal on loan for the rest of the season, the Spanish club said on Tuesday.
Red Bull flat out as first F1 test looms  (27 January 10:01 pm) 
MILTON KEYNES, England (Reuters) - Former champions Red Bull are rushing to get their new Formula One car ready for Sunday\'s first pre-season test in Spain but there is still plenty of work to be
MALABO, Equatorial Guinea (Reuters) - Yaya Toure has not been playing to the same standard for Ivory Coast at the African Nations Cup as he does for club side Manchester City because of the different
LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Troon, one of three male-only clubs on the British Open rota along with Muirfield and Royal St George\'s, may start allowing women members in time for the 2016 championship.
MILTON KEYNES, England (Reuters) - Daniel Ricciardo reckons he can take one title off Lewis Hamilton this year -- and mount a proper crack at the Briton\'s Formula One crown as well -- after being best
Strong dollar slams P&G's profit  (27 January 10:47 pm) 
Quarterly profit fell 31 percent at the world\'s largest maker of household goods. P&G forecasts the strong dollar will hurt full-year earnings. Fred Katayama reports.
Milan's Mexes gets four-match ban  (27 January 08:45 pm) 
MILAN (Reuters) - AC Milan defender Philippe Mexes has been banned for four matches for grabbing an opponent by the throat, the Serie A club said on Tuesday.
NEWCASTLE, Australia (Reuters) - Australia\'s players were forced to put their celebrations on hold after beating the United Arab Emirates 2-0 on Tuesday to join South Korea in the Asian Cup final.
Siemens CEO faces the music  (27 January 10:47 pm) 
Siemens reports consensus-missing quarterly earnings and announces a management sweep-out at its power and gas business. As Hayley Platt reports it\'s been hit by price pressure and production
New film takes a rare look at Scientology  (27 January 08:46 pm) 
Alex Gibney\'s \"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief\" premieres at the Sundance Festival despite criticism from the Church of Scientology. Francis Maguire reports.